Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun

Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun


Graphic Novel - 2015 | First Yen Press edition.
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"To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table...but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, the boy of Chiyo's dreams, is a manga artist...a hugely popular shoujo manga artist, that is! But for someone who makes a living drawing sweet girly romances, Nozaki-kun is a little slow on the uptake when it comes to matters of the heart in reality. And so Chiyo's daily life of manga making and heartache begins!"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Yen Press/Hachette Book Group, 2015.
Edition: First Yen Press edition.
ISBN: 9780316309479
Branch Call Number: TEEN TSUBAKI
Characteristics: 146 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm


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May 21, 2017

Ah i just love it so much! Its one of my current favorites and has been for a while now. It's an absolutely hilarious manga and each chapter never fails to make me laugh. I wish it had a larger fanbase and if you're considering it for a read: JUST READ IT

Jan 31, 2017

This manga is hilarious! I just finished watching Junjou Romantica and Skeaiichi Hatsukoi at the time (where the characters worked in a manga publishing place) and I was really interested in the process. This book got me interested because Nozaki-kun is a mangaka, alongside some of the friends he makes along the way to help him out! Truly a good read!

Aug 18, 2016

I was a huge fan of the anime when it came out, and the manga was currently published in Japanese at the time. All I had were scanlations. I'm glad they licensed the manga, and I went to buy the manga the day it came out. The manga is just as good as the anime, it's really funny and adorable, and layed out in 4-koma comic strip format. Love the art style and I love how they've added color pages in this manga. I would suggest this to anyone looking for a great slice of life and comedy anime/manga, and it teaches a lot about being a manga artist.


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